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couple of hours. the really cold air, the teens upper michigan and minneapolis, single digits, that core of colder air is not arriving here anytime soon. that is good news for us stable weather pattern. the only bumopp is new year's eve and two new year's day. no major storms on the way or in the forecast any time soon. the weather maker early this morning, jetting off to the north and east beginning to exit boston where they got a lot of snow. for us, not much at all, just a note ugly day. the high pressure pushing from the west, gusty wind, remaining with us through the day tomorrow. late afternoon evening hours settles down a little bit. no warnings for the immediate metro. if travel plans to keep the garrett county, extreme western maryland, the winter storm warnings continue until 7:00 in the morning. the temperatures tomorrow, 35- 40, but with the wind chill at feel in the 20's. monday, new year's eve, showers popping up, mixing with some snow, not anticipating a lot. 25-32 the evening lows, the same wind tomorrow 25-30 the temperatures in the upper 30's. the game day forecast, " t
him and the house speaker, the deal be struck between them. at the same time he is going to michigan tomorrow, where he will make the same case to autoworkers, the same types of middle-class people who helped him get elected in the industrial midwest. >> democrats are seen to have the most leverage in negotiations. it seems the options for republicans are narrowing. >> president obama has said he will not make a deal without an increase in the tax rates on people who make more than $250,000, which is something that republicans refuse to do. they want -- do not want to raise tax rates on anyone. as senator corker of tennessee said -- president obama holds the cards. >> what do you think his opinion represents? is this just one senate republican, or does this show kind of a shift in attitude among republicans? >> it certainly shows -- a number of republicans are looking to make a deal with the president. but until speaker boehner and the house republicans come to terms with raising tax rates president obama has said he will make a deal with them. >> we will see if republicans capitulat
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